The Councilor for Education and Culture meets with the president of the Muleña Musical Group to learn about contingency plans before the start of classesThe Association of Drummers gives one of its rooms to facilitate the unfolding of classrooms in the School of MusicThe Councilor for Education and Culture, Diego Boluda, has held a meeting with the president of the Muleña Musical Group, Antonio Navarro, to learn first-hand about the preparations and the contingency plan before the start of the activity of the Music School, which will begin on October 1.The meeting took place at the headquarters of said association, where the councilor was shown how the physical space has been reorganized and adapted to current guidelines.So far there are 142 students enrolled for this new course and 15 hired teachers.
An educational plan prepared for the possibility of telematic teaching if it were ever necessary.
The councilor has been given the contingency plan that includes, among other measures: 3 cleanings during the day, continuous disinfection of the classes, unfolding of the group classes, signage in the classrooms and hallways, hydroalcoholic gel, etc.One of the novelties for this course is that due to the lack of space due to the unfolding of group classes and band rehearsals, the Association of Drummers, located on the upper floor, has given part of its facilities for this school year to the Muleña Musical Group to correct the lack of space in the music school.The councilor has thanked the enormous work that from the direction of the School is being carried out to guarantee the development of an atypical course, expressing the absolute collaboration and disposition of the City Council at all times, which has delivered hydroalcoholic gel to the school to collaborate with your contingency plan.
Likewise, the councilor has highlighted the solidarity shown by the Drummers Association, which he praised for the great gesture they have had for the music school.
In difficult times, help and collaboration between people and entities is essential.
These gestures demonstrate the greatness of Muleña society.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mula